Ranthambore National Park
Ranthambore National Park is one of the essential national parks of India and contains essential status. It is the biggest national park in India and has a unique charm and class. And these charm and class attract thousands of tourists every year.
And they do not only visit the forest but also enjoy their time at Aravali hills. The Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan holds around 1334 sq kilometers and covers the Vindhya Plateau.
It is a popular park for the natural habitats and the most beautiful Bengal tigers. In this park, they were preserved for different years.
Most people find it hard to spot the tigers as they hide them near the trees and grasses; they come out at night for food.
But in Ranthambore National Park in India, you can easily find the Royal Bengal tigers even in the daytime.
Nowadays, this national park is becoming one of the popular tourist destinations to visit. Long with Bengal tigers, there are many other species of tigers who live here; thus, if you are a tiger lover. Then it would help if you visited Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. You can contact Wildlife Safari for your memorable touring facility.
The most famous tigress Machli was also one of the tigers of this national safari park. And on her inspiration, the filmmakers have made many documentaries and films. During this trip, you can visit some ancient temples, mahals, fort, raj bagh, rivers and so on.
These days, these wildlife animals are decreasing every year. And by visiting them, you can understand how important they are. And you will encourage others to help in saving this wildlife who are becoming rare.
So, if you want to visit this park, you can call or inbox our team of Wildlife Safari. We are the NGO saving the lives of wildlife with the help of you all.
- Best time to visit: March to May
- Duration required for the safari: 5 hours
- Price of Ranthambore jungle safari:
- Ranthambore jeep safari – INR 1500 per person (Indians); INR 2900 per person (foreigners);
- Ranthambore Canter safari – INR 1200 per person (Indians); INR 2300 per person (foreigners);
- Special safari half-day: INR 46,000 (Indians); INR 56,000 (Foreigners);
- Special safari for full-day: INR 57,000 (Indians); INR 72,000 (Foreigners);